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Samina

Samina is an engineer by qualification, a Quran and Arabic-language student by occupation, a photographer by eye, a writer by heart, an artist by nature and a Muslim by soul.
A mum of one is currently studying Intensive Arabic Program from Islamic Online University and running AYEINA with her sister oceans apart.

SHE (a poem for her)
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SHE (a poem for her)

Importance of SHE - roles of a woman rolled in different shapes and forms, ages and norms, within calm and the storms - a poem for HER.

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04 Sep 2016
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Not all of us need to be liberated by removing our coverings. Your saving us without truly knowing our story may cost us our freedom.

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04 Apr 2016
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There is something in hand-written notes. They hit closer to home, connecting hearts with something tangible. Something personal. 

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04 Apr 2016
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Whoever invented the term ‘sleep like a baby’ must have never had babies around. If I was bathed, massaged, fed, rocked, pampered, swung and sung to like that before sleeping, I’d probably sleep for 3 days...

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04 Apr 2016
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